Wednesday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
As of today – Wednesday June 19, 2019 will be the last day for cafeteria services.  You may still use the cafeteria area to eat your lunch but there will be no services.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed.

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred  Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

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Tuesday – Day 4

Cafeteria:
As of tomorrow, (Wednesday June 17, 2019) it will be the last day for cafeteria services.  You may still use the cafeteria area to eat your lunch but there will be no services.

Sandspit & Grade 9 Fun Day:
Would Grade 7 and 8 teacher please send confirmed numbers for the Sandspit Trip next Tuesday, to the office after announcements – this is necessary so that we can ensure we have ordered enough buses or if we will have to cancel buses. Would Grade 9 teachers inform Mr. Smith of numbers attending their Fun Day sometime today as well.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed. Today (Tuesday), the library will be closed at lunch so Ms. Poirier can host the Battle of the Bands performers for a pizza party.

Leadership:
A reminder to all Battle of the Band performers that they can meet Ms. Poirier in the library at lunch time for our pizza party, which means the space is closed to everyone else today. Tomorrow is our last theme day and it will be Formal Day – pull out your snazziest outfits!

Yearbooks:
Just a reminder – there are yearbooks for sale in the office at a cost of $35.00 each, don’t miss out on buying yours today.

Band:
All grade 9 students are reminded to turn in their instruments, books and band sweaters this morning before their exam.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred  Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Flag Football:
The boys’ flag football team had a great season winning the bronze medal by beating East Wiltshire in the provincials.

 

 

 

 

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Monday – Day 3

Cafeteria:
As of this Wednesday (June 17, 2019) will be the last day for cafeteria services.  You may still use the cafeteria area to eat your lunch but there will be no services. 

Band:
Grade 9 Band students must turn in band instruments, band books, and band sweaters on Tuesday before writing their math assessment.

All instruments, band sweaters and band books must be brought into the band area and checked off on the inventory list…leaving them on the shelves in the set-up area is not the same thing as turning them in!

Grade 7 and 8 band books are to be returned by Friday.  Instruments can be taken home for the summer.  Instruments that are left on the shelves over the summer may be reassigned to new band students.

The grade 9 O Canada Brass Band is asked to meet Mrs. Peters on Tuesday morning following announcements.

Newspaper:
Would members of the School Newspaper team meet in the Multipurpose room next to the main office during morning break today. This is to put together, and deliver the final Newspaper of the year.

Library:
A reminder that all books are due back to the library, this includes any resources teachers may have borrowed. On Tuesday, the library will be closed at lunch so Ms. Poirier can host the Battle of the Bands performers for a pizza party.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:

Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

 

 

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Friday – Day 1

Library:
We have over 100 outstanding books from the library, please, all items must be returned or paid for.

Leadership:
If you were at the Battle of the Bands we would love for you to help vote for fan favourite today. Stop by the library to fill in your ballot before reading period today!

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Band Sweaters:
Grade 9 band students must return band sweaters during classes this week.

Students athletes:

Are asked to pass in school uniforms by the end of the week. This includes softball, flag football, track and badminton.  Please give to Mrs. Steele. A replacement fee will be charged to those students who do not return uniforms by today.

 

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Thursday – Day 1

Leadership:
Thanks to everyone who came to Battle of the Bands! We are so proud of all the performers in particular 🙂 Ms.Poirier needs to meet with all of them performers today at reading period in the library.

Library:
Library monitors will be coming to your classes today to pick up all of your unreturned library items, please be ready.

Band:
Grade 7 percussion auditions will be held on Tuesday, June 18th.  A sign-up sheet for audition times has been posted in Google Classroom.

Grade 9 band sweaters and grade 7, 8, and 9 band books and jazz band books will be collected during band classes next week.  Band students who had practice instruments (tubas, French horns, baritones, etc.) at home are asked to return those instruments on Monday.  Grade 9 band students are asked to return band instruments to school tomorrow (Friday).  Grade 9 instruments are to be left in the band room for the rest of the year.

The Grade 9 “O Canada” brass ensemble is asked to meet today during reading period for a short rehearsal.

Teen Zone:
Youth ages 12-18 years old are invited to hang out at the Teen Zone in the Murphy’s building (3rd Floor) at 200 Richmond Street. This is a safe, supervised place to hang out with friends, play pool, video games, go on outings and even learn some life skills. Hours are Monday & Tuesday 12 to 6pm and Wednesday to Friday 12-8pm. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram.

School Newspaper:
Students working on the school newspaper will meet today (Wednesday) during lunch – same time  – same place, bring your lunch.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Band Sweaters:
Grade 9 band students must return band sweaters during classes this week.

Boys A Flag Football:
Boys A flag football Provincials happens today (Thursday, June 13) in Summerside at 450 and 650 pm.  Please contact Mr Harkness if there are any questions.

Girls Softball:
The girl’s softball team claimed silver medal yesterday at the softball provincials. The girls defeated Summerside Intermediate 12-0 in the semifinals. The girls then moved on to take on arch rival Queen Charlotte.  The game was tight all the way through until late in the game QC went ahead. The final score was 6-3.  The girls played tough all year only losing two games the whole season.  Sydney Lawlor was named MVP while LIlly Keefe was named Rookie of the Year.  Mr Dunn and Mr. Byrne would like to thank all the girls for a great season and wish graduating players: Sydney Lawlor, Zoe Stewart, Kyah Kennedy, and Lindsey Drover well in their future endeavors! Please return uniforms to Ms. Steele as soon as possible.

Students athletes:
Are asked to pass in school uniforms by the end of the week. This includes softball, flag football, track and badminton.  Please give to Mrs. Steele. A replacement fee will be charged to those students who do not return uniforms by Friday.

 

 

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Wednesday – Day 6

Cafeteria:
Philly Steak Wrap with Wedges = $5.50
Chicken Noodle Soup with a biscuit = $5.00

Lego Club:

The Lego Club will meet at lunch today in Mrs. Richards’ room. All are welcome! Feel free to bring your lunch.

Yearbook:
Yearbooks will be on sale today in the lobby at 12:10. The cost is $35. The books will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Don’t miss out!

School Newspaper:
Students working on the school newspaper will meet today (Wednesday) during lunch – same time  – same place, bring your lunch.

Library:
All books are due today, please make sure you return them to the library.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

 Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.

All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Band Sweaters:
Grade 9 band students must return band sweaters during classes this week.

Boys A Flag Football:
Boys A flag football Provincials happen tomorrow (Thursday, June 13) in Summerside at 450 and 650 pm.  Please contact Mr Harkness if there are any questions.

Students athletes:
Are asked to pass in school uniforms by the end of the week. This includes softball, flag football, track and badminton.  Please give to Mrs. Steele. A replacement fee will be charged to those students who do not return uniforms by Friday.

 

 

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Tuesday – Day 5

Yearbooks:
Yearbooks have arrived and they look awesome! If you would like to purchase a copy of the yearbook, Mrs. Gallant will be selling them today at morning break and at 12:15 in the lobby. There are a limited number of books left and they will be sold on a first come first served basis. The cost is $35. Don’t be disappointed, get yours today!

Battle of the Bands:
We have almost 200 students attending tomorrow, which is awesome! Ms. Poirier would like to meet with the performers today at reading period in the library.

Library:
All books are due tomorrow, please make sure you return them to the library by then.

Green Team:
There will be a cleanup blitz today (Tuesday) at 1:00 pm – ask your 5th. Period teacher if it fine for you to miss the first 15 minutes to go.

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

 Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.
All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Band Sweaters:
Grade 9 band students must return band sweaters during classes this week.

Girls Softball Team:
The girl’s softball team won their quarter final game yesterday by defeating East Wilshire 20-3. Sydney Lawlor was the winning pitcher. Top batters were Sydney Lawlor, Zoe Stewart and Lydia Doyle. The girls will move on to the semis tomorrow in Summerside. Girls are to be on the field by 12:15. The game are at Slemon Park. There will be a short meeting at reading period in the lobby.

 

 

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Monday – Day 4

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Duke of Edinburgh:
The Duke of Edinburgh applications are due today (Monday, June 10th.) This will be the final date if any grade 8 would like to be part of the Stonepark Duke of Edinburgh team.  Please submit your applications to Mr. McIntosh or Mr. Dunn.

Video Games:
Do you have a passion for video games? Now is your chance to create your very own. In the Game Force: Designer’s Bootcamp summer camps, participants will learn the basics of video game development including programming, audio, animations, level design, etc. At the end of the camp, each student will receive a USB drive containing a freeware version of the software used during the camp as well as other resources that will enable them to continue working on their video games long after the summer camp has ended.
All camps are for youth 10-14 years of age and are free of charge. No previous video game development experience is necessary. To book a seat, please contact: Fred Irving, Game Force Instructor, by Phone: 902-314-0428 or by Email: fairving@gov.pe.ca

Battle of the Bands:
Battle of the Bands – today is your last chance to pay for Battle of the Bands on Wednesday afternoon. Please pay $3 by reading period to your class rep. Hope to see lots of you at the show!

Band Sweaters:
Grade 9 band students must return band sweaters during classes this week.

Girls Softball:
The girl’s softball team will play against East Wiltshire at George Smith Field today at 4:30! Go Tigers!

Boys A Flag Football:
The boys will have a practice today (Monday).

Boys A Flag Football:
A big “”woot-woot”” to the boys A flag football making it to provincials in Summerside this week! Amazing offensive and defensive plays against Birchwood!!  The boys were down at half time but with  20 seconds left, got an interception which lead to a touchdown for the win with 6 seconds left on the time clock ! Final score 26-20!  It was an amazing game. The boys practice today after school (Monday).

 

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Friday – Day 3

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Duke of Edinburgh:
The Duke of Edinburgh applications have been extended to Monday, June 11th. This will be the final date if any grade 8 would like to be part of the Stonepark Duke of Edinburgh team.  Please submit your applications to Mr. McIntosh or Mr. Dunn.

Battle of the Bands:
Today was supposed to be the last day to collect for the Battle of the Bands, but Ms. Poirier is not in today, so she is extending it to Monday.  Class reps are asked to hold onto their envelopes until Monday.  This gives you all more time to collect $3 so you can come out to support our 8 bands on Wednesday during periods 5 & 6! Hope to see  you there!

Girls Softball:
The girl’s softball team will play against East Wiltshire at George Smith Field Monday at 4:30! Go Tigers!

Boys A Flag Football:
A big “”woot “” to the boys A flag football making it to provincials  in Summerside next week! Amazing offensive and defensive plays against Birchwood!!
The boys were down at half and at the 20 second mark, got an interception which lead to a touchdown for the win with 6 seconds left on the time clock ! Final score 26-20!
It was an amazing game.
The boys will have their next practice Monday.

 

 

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Thursday – Day 2

Young Citizens Through Canada History Contest:
Support for Jayden Paul’s Heritage Fair video: Jayden Paul, 7I, is a participant in the Young Citizens Through Canada’s History Contest. Please take a moment and vote for her Video on St. Mary’s First Nation online at:
http://kids.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Profiles/2019/Jayden-P
Voting opens June 11th and will run for one month until July 12th, 2019. With our support, she could win a trip to Ottawa, to attend Canada’s History Forum. Voting is allowed once per day.

Duke of Edinburgh:
The Duke of Edinburgh applications have been extended to Monday, June 11th. This will be the final date if any grade 8 would like to be part of the Stonepark Duke of Edinburgh team.  Please submit your applications to Mr. McIntosh or Mr. Dunn.

Battle of the Bands:
We have 8 bands from our school performing.  It is happening on June 12th (Wednesday) for periods 5 & 6, but you must pay $3 by Friday to attend! Your class reps will take the money to Ms. Poirier.   Also, Ms. Poirier would like to meet with all students in Battle of the Bands today (Thursday) in the library at reading period ready for a photo.

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